Call for nominations for OPSRRA

Nominations for Board of Directors, for AGM on Sunday April 10

  • Mar. 13, 2013 12:00 p.m.

OPSRRA will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Sunday, April 07, 2013. Elections for three executive and five director positions are held annually at the AGM. A full slate of nominees will be put forward before the AGM by the Nominations Committee; however this does not prevent further nominations being sent to the Nominations Committee c/o Arnie Campbell – President, OPSRRA at opsrra@gmail.com or phone 250-642-3113. You can indicate either a personal interest in being nominated as a director or you can nominate someone else with their permission.

A nominee must be 18-years-of-age, a resident or property owner in either Shirley or Otter Point and a voting member of the association at the time of the election. Nominations are also accepted from the floor at the AGM.

Note: A pending change to the OPSRRA constitution, which will be voted upon at the April AGM, could change the association’s boundary to include Jordan River. If approved, this change would permit residents of Jordan River, who belong to the association, to be nominated for a position on the OPSRRA Board of Directors.

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